According to Variety, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE's Troy Van Leeuwen has put his Glendale, California house on the market for nearly $1.8 million. The guitarist purchased the Spanish Revival-style home in 2014 for a bit less than $1.4 million.
The 2,921-square-foot, multi-level residence has three bedrooms and four bathrooms, with many of its original architectural details preserved by the owners.
Check out pictures of the property at this location.
Van Leeuwen, 48, was a guitarist for A PERFECT CIRCLE before joining QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE. The Los Angeles native is also a member of the band SWEETHEAD, which he formed in 2008.
Van Leeuwen is currently touring North America with QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE in support of the band's latest album, 2017's "Villains".
Last year, Van Leeuwen released "Echolocation", the debut album from GONE IS GONE, his project with MASTODON's Troy Sanders, AT THE DRIVE-IN's Tony Hajjar and guitarist-keyboardist Mike Zarin.
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